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The Burundian Rebellion Should Take Part in the Transitional Justice, According to Former President Ndayizeye
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 29, 2007
he former president of Burundi, Domitien Ndayizeye, estimates that the PALIPEHUTU/FNL rebel movement should be involved in the transitional justice process and help to make known the truth of the events which have pained the country since its ... more

Bujumbura in Blackout
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 29, 2007
eople living in the northern part of the capital city of Bujumbura are outraged by a lack of electricity after one of the dispatching cabins failed last Friday and the state-owned water and electricity company, REGIDESO, has not fixed it after a ... more

IMF Delegation Arrives in Bujumbura
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 29, 2007
he IMF delegation arrived in Bujumbura this Friday in a bid to further talks with the government of Burundi that were started three months ... more

Kiyonga Meets Country Defence Minister
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 29, 2007
he Burundi government has said it is ready to deploy its forces under the African Union peacekeeping force in ... more

The Cabinet Congratulates the Department of Customs
allAfrica.com - Friday, October 26, 2007
uring its meeting on 24 October, the cabinet congratulated the department of customs for its performance over the last three months. The department of customs was able to collect more than eight billion Burundian francs. The department is, however, plagued by bribery across the ... more

Army Positions Create Insecurity in Kabezi
allAfrica.com - Friday, October 26, 2007
he reinforcement of army positions carried out on 24 October in Gakungwe of Kabezi commune has created insecurity. The army indicates that it was expecting an attack against FNL dissidents similar to the one of 21 ... more

Setbacks in Talks With Opposition Parties
allAfrica.com - Friday, October 26, 2007
alks between the head of state and opposition parties are now endangered by some setbacks after the President has been relying upon the first Vice-President of the Republic, Dr Martin ... more

Exploring the U.S. Role in Consolidating Peace and Democracy in the Great Lakes Region
allAfrica.com - Friday, October 26, 2007
he following is the testimony of Jendayi E. Frazer, Assistant Secretary for African Affairs, to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs on October 24, ... more

Villagers Flee As Rebel Fighters Attack Splinter Group's Position
allAfrica.com - Thursday, October 25, 2007
ighters of Burundi's last active rebel group have for the second time in one week attacked a position occupied by a break-away faction, forcing villagers to flee their homes, a senior military official ... more

The Challenges of Transitional Justice in Burundi, According to a Jurist
allAfrica.com - Thursday, October 25, 2007
he president of Christian Action for the Abolition of Torture (ACAT) in Burundi, Mr. Didace Kanyugu, estimates that those who will investigate the crimes committed in Burundi will have the heavy task to establish the responsibilities without falling into the trap of globalization, popular in the ... more


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Secondary Schools Teachers to Resume Work
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 24, 2007
eachers of the National Council for Secondary School Teachers (CONAPES) have finally decided to return to work after three weeks of striking. The decision to return to work was made during a meeting of CONAPES insiders that took place on ... more

Heavy Rains Kill One, Destroy 700 Houses
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 24, 2007
eavy rains that hit the commune of Kinama for the second time this month killed one person and destroyed more than 700 houses yesterday according to official ... more

Kabezi Population Harassed By Dissidents
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 24, 2007
he population of Gakungwe in Kabezi commune was ill-treated yesterday morning by the so called FNL dissidents who were recently relocated there after the visit the mediation team and the national defence army made to Rugazi and Randa last week in order to survey the situation in these waiting ... more

Assessment to Determine Whether FNL 'Dissidents' Are Genuine
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 24, 2007
ediators in Burundi's peace process are investigating whether members of the country's last active rebel group, who have fallen out with their leader and expressed a willingness to join the process, were genuine combatants with the ... more

Religious Groups Should Be Associated With Transitional Justice, According to a Moslem Leader
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 24, 2007
he president of the Islamic Community of Burundi (COMIBU), Sheik Issa Salum Bagoribarira, suggested that representatives of the various religious groups should be associated with the mechanisms of transitional justice, including the popular consultation campaign that should start shortly throughout all of the ... more

Burundi Marks the 14th Anniversary of Ndadaye's Death
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, October 23, 2007
n 21 October Burundians commemorated the painful memory of the death of Melchior Ndadaye, the first democratically elected president of ... more

Rebels Demand Participation in Ceasefire Talks
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, October 23, 2007
he spokesman for Burundi's Palipehutu-FNL rebel group has said talks aimed at implementing a ceasefire deal signed with the government in September last year would be meaningless without their ... more

Truce Monitoring Commission Starts Without FNL
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, October 23, 2007
he truce monitoring commission has resumed its activities without ... more

Attack Leaves 11 Dead, Sparks Wave of Violence
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, October 23, 2007
n FNL attack carried out on the night of 21 October in the commune of Kabezi claimed the lives of 11 ... more

Country Study Plots Future, Economy
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, October 23, 2007
s Burundi recovers from 14 years of civil war, the country has embarked on a comprehensive strategic programme aimed at lifting the economy from years of neglect and conflict. Last week the government commissioned a study that will map out a post conflict vision for the country's development agenda and... more

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